Information about the district
Wychavon Communities’ report pulls together
information and intelligence about the Wychavon district and its
residents from a wide range of sources. The purpose of the document
is to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date overview of the district
to support strategic priority setting, decision making and planning
of services to meet customers’ needs.
The report is structured under seven sections covering place,
people, economy, environment, health, community safety
and resident perceptions. These contain a rich array of
information drawn from sources including the Census, Office of
National Statistics, Wychavon health profile, Worcestershire
Economic Assessment and Worcestershire Viewpoint surveys. We
regularly update ‘Knowing Wychavon Communities’ as new data
You may also find the following sources of information and
Wychavon ward profiles - profiles of
district wards produced by Worcestershire County Council using a
variety of data sources..
division profiles - profiles of county
council electoral divisions produced by Worcestershire County
Census 2011 -
several hundred separate datasets covering a wide range
of population characteristics and subject areas.
The Office for National
Statistics (ONS) – datasets for local areas and
regions covering a wide range of themes including business and
energy, crime and justice, population and transport.
NOMIS – Nomis is
a service provided by the Office for National Statistics
giving access to the most detailed and up-to-date UK labour
market statistics from official sources.
Neighbourhood Statistics – allows searches for
statistics for different levels of geographic area.
Index of Multiple Deprivation
(IMD) - identify the most
deprived areas across the country.The indicies combine a number of
indicators, chosen to cover a range of economic, social and housing
issues, into a single deprivation score for each small area in
NHS Health Profiles - the profiles
present a set of health indicators that show how an area compares
to the national average.
For more information contact:
Performance and Consultation Officer
Telephone: 01386 565333, 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday